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Pae8 , . WALSH COUNTY PRESS - WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER I3, 202i NDDHS announces funding opportunities to support behavioral health needs of those impacted by disasters BISMARCK, N.D. —‘ Natural disasters can have long-term effects on individuals’ behavioral health. The North Dakota De- partment of Human Services’ Behavioral Health Division is annotmcing two fimding opportunities for a variety of organizations in the 29 counties impacted by the 2019 fed- erally declared flooding disaster. These in- clude Adams, Barnes, Cass, Dickey, Eddy, Emmons, Foster, Grand Forks, Grant, Giig- gs, Hettinger, Kidder, LaMoure, Logan, McIntosh, McKenzie, Morton, Mountrail, a Nelson, Pembina, Ransom, RiChland, Sar- gent, Sheridan, Steele, Stutsman, Traill, Walsh and Wells counties. asters over the past few years with flooding, drought and the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Pamela Sagness, director of the Behavioral ' Health Division. “It is common for indi— viduals to feel stress after exposure to a dis- aster.” Sagness said the division is releasing . funding in two areas. The first opportumty is for mental health providers with the goal of increasing the availability of clinical serv- ices for adults. Mental health providers who are interested in providing services in these counties can apply online at wWw.behav— ioralhealth.nd.gov/disaster—response-ser- Vices. ices. Through this program, entities will have an opportunity to: i ' provide training support to communi- ties, practitioners, individuals and families related to behavioral health consequences of natural disasters, build community coalitions to respond to and prepare for behavioral health impacts of disasters, , ' develop and implement a workforce de- velopment training plan to increase the abil- ity of individuals in the community to rec- ognize the signs and symptoms of mental illness and substance abuse in adults im- pacted by a disaster and link them to ap— nesses, families, and community groups to broaden and link all community resources available, to adults and their families im- pacted by the disaster, and - provide recovery support services, (e.g., childcare and vocational, educa- tional, and transportation services) de— signed to improve access to, and retention in servrces. For more information or to apply, visit ‘ www.behavioralhealth.nd. gov/disaster—re- sponse-services. “Strengthening a community’s capacity to recognize signs and symptoms of be- havioral health conditions through en- ' Sagness said. Currently, the Heartview Foundation and Sharehouse are offering substance use disorder services to individuals through the grant. The Behavioral Health Division is re- sponsible for reviewing and identifying serv— ice needs and activities in the ‘ state's be- havioral health system tq ensure health and safety, access to services and quality serv- ices. It also establishes quality assurance standards for the licensure of substance use disorder program services and facilities and provides policy leadership in partnership with public and private entities. For more. “North Dakotans have experienced and are still experiencing several different dis- it . »,‘ w Add» Am.‘ B : BISMARCK, N.D. October is here, which means “It’s Pasta Time!” I October is National Pasta Month and the North Dakota Wheat Commission will continue its tradition of recognizing the state’s dedicated durum pro- ' ducers and the associated durum milling and pasta manufacturing industries. To help celebrate Pasta Month and educate consumers on the importance of durum and pasta production, the Commission will be partnering with statewide media to provide durum and pasta facts and trivia. Participating newspapers and radio stations will provide opportunities for readers and lis- teners to win a pasta prize package. v ; Pasta is a much loved food in the US. and around the world. Each year the average American consumes about 20 pounds of pasta and while con- sumer research indicates that spaghetti is the favorite pasta meal, there are endless pasta meal options with over 600 pasta shapes and countless types The department is also seeking entities to provide outreach and engagement serv- / ND Whea Commission: October means propriate services, _ . establish relationships with local busi-. of sauces to choose frOm. The North Dakota Wheat Commission encour~ ages you to enjoy your favorite pasta dish, or try out a new recipe to cele- brate Pasta Month. There would be no pasta without durum and North Dakota remains the top producer of this class of wheat, on average producing enough durum to make about two billion pounds of pasta. Montana, Arizona and California also produce durum. NorthDakota durum acres have declined in recent years due to both local and world dynamics, however, the producers growing du— rum remain as dedicated as ever to producing a quality product to make pre- mium pasta products. A good share of our production is processed in-state at one of these fa- cilities: lVIinot Milling, a division of Philadelphia Macaroni located in Minot, ND; Dakota Growers Pasta Company located in Canington, ND; and the Celebrate National PaSta Month by solving the “lt’s Pasta Time” word Search. This year’s word search highlights various shapes of pasta. Send in your completed word search for a chance to win 0 pasta prize package! OMFYN C3 . 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SEVERAL PRIZE PACKAGES AVAILABLE. MUSTVCOMPLETE ENTRY TO WIN. gagement, outreach and training is an inte— gral part of these funding opportunities,” information, visit www.behavioral- ‘ health.nd.gov. _ res Time!" I North Dakota Mill in Grand Forks. North Dakota durum is also sent out of state to mills throughout the United States, and to customers around the world. Italy is the largest international buyer, but North Dakota durum also finds its way to countries in North Afiica and smaller markets in Central Amer- ica and Europe. Celebrate pasta month by learning more about our state’s durum and pas— ta production and make one of your favorite pasta dishes. For great pasta cooking tips and recipes, visit www.sharethepasta.org and for more infor- mation on pasta month, visit www.ndwheat.com. The Wheat Commission would like to thank Our dedicated Pasta Month sponsors: Dakota Growers Pasta and the US. Durum Growers. ' PCMHA Full Time Med/Surg Supervisor: The med/surg su- pervisor will perform a supervisor role in addition to working on the floor as an RN, balancing shift work and office duties. This position excludes . weekend rotation but willingness to fill in to en- sure adequate staffing. Responsibilities include but are not limited to scheduling, quality studies, timesheets, employee evaluations, policy re- view, state survey compliance team, attendance at various meetings. North Dakota RN License Required. Wedgewood Manor' Full Time Activities Manager: Plan, direct, and par— ticipate in the services of the activity department to ensure appropriate programs and activities meet the needs, interests and abilities of each nursing home? resident and swing bed patient; Knowledge Of MDS’S, Willingness to assist with facility special events and manage velunteer program. Must be CNA certified or willing to ob- tain and meet at least one of the following re- quirements: certified recreation therapist or ‘ eligible to be certified ,within the year, certified activity director or consultant, occupational ther- apist or Occupational therapy assistant, years full time experience in social or recreational pro- grams within the last 5 years (one being a healthcare setting), completion of Activity Train- . ing Program approved by the ND Department of Health, Bachelor’s Degree in Therapeutic Recreation or related field. ‘ PCMHA Flex Time Speech Pathologist . Current licensure as Speech Pathologist in state of ND required Full Time Physical Therapist or Physical Therapy. Assistant Full/Part Time RN (Sign On Bonus: $4,000.00 Full Time/$2,000.00 Part Time) Full/Part Time LPN (Sign On Bonus: $2,000.00 Full Time/$1,000.00 Part Time) Flex Time RN Wedgewood Manor. Full Time and Part Time Housekeeping 8hr shifts, weekends as scheduled Cleaning of resident rooms and facility. May also be crossed trained to assist with laundry duties. Full Time Activities Aide . - PM shifts, every other weekend (PM shifts earn an additional $2/hr) CNA certification required CNA training pro- vided if needed Full Time Cook/Dietary Aide , Weekdays, every other weekend, alternating shifts ‘ Willingness to Cross train as dietary Full/Part Time PM/Night LPN/RN Full/Part Time PM/Night CNAs *PM shift earns an additional $2.00/hr!* *Night shift earns an additional $3.00/hr!* *$10,000.00 Sign On Bonus for Full Time RN/LPN* . *$1,500.00 Sign On Bonus for Full Time CNA ($750.00 Part Time)* *$2,000.00 Sign On Bonus for Full Time Night CNA ($1,000.00 Part Time)* *Educational Assistance Available!* GREAT BENEFIT PACKAGE! Apply online at www.cavalierhospital.com or contact Ann Russell at 701-265-6329 aide as,» miwm'mn/ .iiunor M Pom/Jim: (foam): Mann/rial Hospital